Tag: retro-rock

The Matinee ’18 March 2nd

The Matinee ’18 March 2nd

Yesterday’s mini-playlist was filled with under-the-radar talent. The Matinee ’18 March 2nd edition, however, is loaded with indie stars, many of whom dropped brand new tunes yesterday. There is, of course, plenty of hidden gems, although eight of the nine artists listed have been previously featured in this space. As such, you’re likely to recognize a few of the names. […]

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The Matinee May 17th

The Matinee May 17th

We’re sharing eight new songs on today’s The Matinee May 17th edition because of the great submissions we’ve received. Each song is a bit dramatic, a touch cinematic, and completely beautiful to listen to that you might find yourself spinning the singles over and over and over again.   Amaroun – “Fear” (Northamptonshire, England) There are no shortage of love […]

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The eponymous debut album by Bentcousin

The eponymous debut album by Bentcousin

By now, in one way or another, you have heard a song by Bentcousin, who have been churning out catchy, retro-styling pop music for three-plus years. Headed by twins Amelia and Patrick Murray, the five-piece have finally released their self-titled, debut album. Bentcousin is exactly what you would expect from the London-/Brighton-based group – a fun, rambunctious album that channels […]

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